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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heas posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Too three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. Al to. 3 mo.16 to. Is i 200 n oooo s $ 2 $ 3 5 7 50 7 50 12 50 12 50 22 50 22 Soi 40 00 Lye a. I 5 15 22 50 40 75 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 24, 1890. Number it. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Blauch schedule in effect nov. To 18s9. Going East. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor stations. Jail express local. Leave a a new Philadelphia 0 2&Quot . 2 00 i . Jan a1 Dover. 0 45 Quot 2 10 a a i 30 a a z oar. 7 log a 2 25 a 2 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. 8 a a 2 46 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 to a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 32 a a Minerva. Ai rive Bayard. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3 55 a a a Llanee. It 05 a 4 2&Quot a a Cleveland. 1250 . 6 35 Wellsville. 1215 a a i 59 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 5 a a Pittsburgh. 7 a a going a est. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave _ Pittsburgh. 6 to . 1245 . Bellaire. 4 40 Iolo in Otisville. 8 to 2 40 Cleveland. S i 05 Alliance. To 25 3 to Bayard. To 55 4 15 7 to Minerva. La 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. La 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. La 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. La 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. La 3 5 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. La 47 5 27 9 55 /.oar. La 53 5 .55 to to canal Dover. 12 i i p Iii g to to arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 la the Kentucky legislature has passed a Bill prohibiting any lottery gift Enterprise. Or even Selling tickets within the state. It also prohibits newspapers publishing any advertisement con a. I Kerning the same whether conducted thursday april 24, 1890. J in Kentucky out it. This is surely in Zulu. A a a a i an Iron Clad affair but they fail to put Hummel Block second floor fast i Tirch St. I a st0p to the out awry in their a a a a they had better enforce the Laws for population new Philadelphia cc0 Murer All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the est connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and i Brough coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to .1. F. Milar. Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph , la a. Fori. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh. A. A a a lie new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in if not paid within three mods 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the times. I he i up Caracas chronicle has been very my ii improved in appearance. Circuit court convenes tuesday the 29th. Common pleas court has adjourned until week after next. Posh a the murderer Bottomly at Athens has been captured and will doubtless the penalty the Gallows. Quite a Good Many indictments were found by the recent grand jury most which were for illegal sales liquor and permitting boys to play Pool. A Railroad strike has been looked for the handle system among their employees. Ari increase in wages is now a offered and it is believed the strike will i be averted. Clea a Eland and aia in Etta i Lail Way. In Efi vet june to1889. Going Noeth. Stations going South. No. I i no. 2 i no. I i a i i i 1040am foam i. La Parks by. Hoo do 250marietta. Loo 12i i p>12 &r>2 i. I Lay Wood. J 931 64 by. 1218 r>58 a. Stanley. 925 633 i 714u hippie. To 623 i Iff 3 7 15warner. Iii m3 1257 Tat a Elba. 346 �r59 1-4 747mac Kaberg. J 839 �?�>2 1 1 7.54 9xt�?or Ity. 545 115 i a i 739 i. R. Soot ii dive. R>2g 540 1 i 2 a i 815 v mid Ley. Fill dwelt. La 815 526 ii h25 i. Belie Valley. A 2 51j i -9 s31 Ava. 752 5u6 155 840 i. Glen Ood. 146 500 2 i 846 i. It pleasant. I 740 454 213 s53 Dyersville. 726 441 232 ois a. Cambridge. 709 425 238 924 i. Oldham a. J 659 115 2 to 931millers. J 652 ugh 255 9411-7 mho i to a. 04� 258 300 946 i. Guernsey. 637 353 307 953 i. Post boy. I 630 340 317 1003 a. Neom town. 620 337 327 u 10wolf a. J 711 327 339 3 4 a>23 i. Philipsburg. I 600 315 1020 Blackband. I 555 309 350 1035turners. 550 303 4 0 1045a Lanai Dover. A 549 253 422 1197 Arva june. 230 1055 pm 30psi i. Toledo. 745 pm 945 1219 Canton. 12-i 1015 no. Akron. 1230 225cleveland. 1115 i 103 i. I Buffalo. 540 i the South Pennsylvania Railroad exp tension is now being revived. The Vanderbilt Are backing the scheme. The Road is to run through toward the West to control Western freight. Little Myrtle thet Lebneh while playing around a Bonfire at Findlay Ohio inn 21, inst., ignited her clothing burning Ber to a Crisp. Children show a the new firm Mathias amp Dick successors to Mathias amp Williams Are receiving new goods daily and Are now prepared to give the Public More and better bargains in dry goods and groceries than any House the kind in new Philadelphia. They the highest Market Price for country produce. A full line boots and shoes that must be closed out in the next sixty Days regardless Cost. If you want to save Money buy your dry goods groceries boots shoes &e., Mathias amp Dick West High Street. 17w4 the weeks doings. Personal mention. J be very cart Bonfire. Fill in playing around through coaches trains nos. 2 Anil 3. Be tween Marie to cantor., Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w Tell a c amp a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with la pfc 0, East and West at Newcomerstown with i. C ii St least and West at Dover w Ith c i. A by and c and p. North and East at Valley Junction with by a i. E and Val v by a. It w k a r Ich aids Gene pass age to a. T. Wikoff c n manager. A ill y rail a y. In effect dec in going South. 7 the i h if going no huh. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No 6. 1115am 415pm la Cleveland a 9 21an i 230pm 1202pm 5 Peninsula. 9 03 i 12 12 30 5 37 Akron. 8 55 i 15 i 2 6 33 Canton. 7 55 12 15 2 15 7 25 Ary amp to jct la Tell 30am business directory. Francis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the me Lane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. F r. M. S. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over citizens Natios a1 Bank. Sly i John w. Nix m. D., physician and surgeon. Office oath Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 1yl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court North Broadway. 47\i the United states express company a employees Are threatening a strike . Account a proposed reduction in wages. Verily the Harrison administration will be known As one Mary strikes among the Labouring men. What have the a it publicans now As a Means a a Protection a i Al my no Uhrichsville people speak tile new fire Clay works As though they were sure it. The parties who Are socking a location Are still prospecting near new Philadelphia. If the Clay should prove satisfactory we will no doubt secure the location. They can get some local Aid by locating Here. This surely is a Good Point and the Clay is very Good. When you remit for the times and have been in arrears three months please Send pl.50. Our terms Are published at the head this column and a n in i a 1 Are Sun in a ire it. I we have to wait for our Money we shall Collet i to at �1 per year eve Vav one melt in can nay in Advance. It is your fault if you get caught and not ours. Souk complain about it but we mean business. The it preventatives irom the countries South America and Central America composing the american conference Are a tour through the South at present. They Are Given receptions at every Point where they Stop. This conference is to establish a closer relationship Between these countries and Tim United states in the Way Commerce and to unite them into a Pence conference Etc. Much Good May Cohu it. The indefinite closing the Tiffin Woolen Mills one the largest factories the kind in this Section the state provides an object lesson the Tariff question. In an interview supt. Waugh pointedly asserts that the factory could not be run at a profit owing to the heavy Tariff tax levied upon foreign wools necessary in the manufacture and a class which is not produced in tins country and can not be. A the great majority the employees tile Mills a said . Waugh a Are republicans but i Tell you Many us Are getting our eyes opened this to Riff Den Lee. The new York Sun. A paper seeking to be a leading journal new York and at times claiming to be a democratic journal a. Been guilty Low personal attacks sex president Cleveland. The acts the Sun Are below the dignity the country the retort the sex president was to the Point and has made Many friends for Cleveland and lost Many for the Sun. J he Sun As Well As journals Iii Washington and some in Ohio claiming to he Independent democratic Independent Republican As the Case May be Are but a a blood letting a i Chines a and either have to be silenced i by a Boodle a they pour out their veil j in even in a personal Way upon Public j men and their families. Editor Dana should name ins paper the a a non hades. J la. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite Hie court House. North Broadway. Ityl Samuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to i is care Iii Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. J. A. Buchanan. In Webster. Attorneys at Law new Philadelphia. Ohio. Cape dial attention Given to conveyancing and a the settlement estates. Office in Chapin Block pubic Square. Idyl administrators notice. Motice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been appointed and qualified As admin istra Toro the estate Michael Hammel late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. All persons interested will please take notice and govern themselves accordingly. 15w3 Frederick Glauser a. April 9, 1890. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cots bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller son. 6y2 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children 6he gave them Castoria. For Sale Trade. A Good 40 acre tract improved land in Norton county Kansas five Miles from Railroad. Also a 40 acre Timber claim 2$ acres planted in Forest Trees. Will Trade for Small farm Stock town property. Call at the times office. A he Uhrichsville and Dennison Street railway company has Bien organized Anc have subscribed to per cent the capital my. Tile stockholders an i Meh Seville citizens who mean business. Thoro is no doubt but that Iii Road will be built. Tis is surely a much needed improvement for Uhrichsville. When the sewerage pavement and Street tar Lints Are completed then Uhrichsville will no longer be pictured out a. A swamp. We wish the people Uhrichsville Success in their undertakings. Tuesday evening Tho new Philadelphia Council and the advisory improvement committee met in Eagle Hall to do cuss certain propositions made the town. The various propositions not being definite to the minds the joint committee a select special committee was appointed to Confer with the parties seeking favor our town. It was deemed Best not to be too Hasty. Another meeting will be called by the mayor As soon As this special committee has satisfied itself in the Way information. File people can rest assured that the �40,000 will be spent for the Best interests the town anti especially to afford employment to the Labouring cd asst Why is it the building and loan association is popular because it is enterprising. Because it has Money to loan whenever and wherever wanted. Because it is better than a savings Bank. Because you can draw your Money out at any time and get 4 per cent for the use it. Because it affords the poor Man a Chance to buy himself a Home. Instead paying rent you can use your rent Money and buy yourself and family a Home. Fathers mothers sons and daughters can become members this association. Save your Money. J list think it ? 20 cents per Day will in eight years earn you �1,000 to cents per Daj $500. Everybody should take Stock. Turn out one and All. To our meeting monday evening april 28th, at 7 30 p. In. Ii. J. Andrewes Cleveland will be present and will give us All the information needed and will willingly answer All questions asked. By order the Board n. M. Building and loan association. Henry Billett see a. The Plain dealer says Henry Charles Lea a Well known publisher and an ardent Republican Philadelphia has addressed to president Harrison an open letter which is a scorcher. It was instigated by dislike to Quay and his methods hut aside from the hitter things said concerning the reputation and operations the chairman the National Republican committee it utter soome wholesome political truths Amon them these a thirteen months ago you Harrison enter it d upon the duties the highest office wind the world Lias to bestow your party was supreme in the control it both houses Congress and tile executive everything promised a prot a Pero usand useful administration. A a look bade now and a it let upon your work. You have sedulously devoted yours to the distribution a patronage a you have turned out nearly -10,000 democratic office holders and in this ignoble business you have filled vacancy. S thus made by giving a a recognition to the worst elements in tile party you have thus degraded it to the lowest level till it no longer deserves enjoys the Public Confidence Ami its interest As Well As that the nation demands it purification by defeat. A a the he actions last november were a warning that the people would not tolerate your methods. You have refused to heed the lesson and the elections it it Novi tuber will emphasize it. The narrow Republican majority in the lower House will be swept away and your path for the latter half your administration will be a path thorns. The Outlook for 1892 is even the times Only one Dollar a year. The times has the largest circulation any paper in the town. Steve Jacobs coloured was hanged by a mob at Fayetteville tenn., for burning a barn. Married april 22d, by Tai ii. Read esq., . John c. Linduff and miss Mary j. Harvey both Dennison. J the residence and hotel Alex. Bartholomew at Barnhill o., burned flown sunday morning. The streets and roads Are becoming quite Dusty. One extreme sometimes follows another they say. We Are showing the Best line flannel and striped fancy shirts Ever Bro to to this City in All grades and prices.17-5 All the latest novelties in flannel and White shirts neck ties kid gloves half Hose Etc., at w. C. Sutton amp cons. 17wo quite a number the Young friends miss Marne Criswell surprised her monday evening. They had a very delightful time. A a Mollie re Bunch Uhrichsville has purchased one acre land Between new Philadelphia and canal Dover which she proposes to erect a mansion. you want a Spring suit made to order if so w. C. Sutton amp co. Have an elegant Stock piece goods to select from and will make you just what you want As to style and fit. Call and be convinced. 17w5 Mary Stewart a 16 year Oid girl Mckeesport pa., put arsenic in the soup she cooked for dinner and poisoned the whole family. One member the family is dead and three others Are near deaths door. She did riot partake i the soup Bel Elf. The electric Street r Iii Way company broke ground tuesday about Midway Between new Piladi Iphia and canal Dover for tile laying track. About one Hundred Yards ties and rails were Laid that Day. In sixty Days we expect to see the cars running. Or. And mrs. Forney speak in the highest terms the hospitality and kindness received from All who Learned their affliction in the Quot loss their son Frank w. Janes while at Savannah All along the line and at they return the most sincere thanks to All. For Sale a 70 acre tract Good land live Miles from new Philadelphia 45 acres Good coals i it. Vein easy Access 2.v it. Of Blackband Ore under 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. Fall at the Timms office. Howard Yeagley spent monday with friends Iii Dennison. Death Frank w. Janes. Marriage licenses granted. Edward Schwarm and Elizabeth Mizer. Adolph Strickroth and Minnie m. Ecker. Chi g. Vanhorne and Orilla j. Tyler. Michael Nolan and Agnes Trenum. A _. Rev. B. M. Price Dennison was in town tuesday. Miss Fannie Gross spent Sabbath in Uhrichsville. Charlie Siverling Akron spent Sabbath in x. P. A. Ii. Brown went to Columbus tuesday business. Louis Zollers Shanesville was in town tuesday. Homer Lomiller Jewett is visiting at a Squire reads. Or. Will Smith and daughter Vinnie paid x. P. A visit Sabbath. Or. Ii. Haskins Uhrichsville was in our City saturday evening. Or. John l. Kennedy was in Columbus saturday last business. We Are sorry to learn that mrs. John Bigler West Ray Street is very ill. Gus. Seppli Dennison was circulating among his friends in this City tuesday. Mrs. Geckler Blakes Mills visited her daughter mrs. Charlie Dick this a week. _ Rolla a. Murphy Westchester i visited at the residence clerk Dona lies thursday. A . Lorn and Clancy Vogenitz will j a j tingling and Jesse Nabor Newsom i Erst own Suu Dayed at n. P. Or. Aud mrs. . Arnold came Down to attend the funeral Frank Janes Friday p. Rn., and remained Over Sab Bath. Messes. To. Krantz and Harry Hardesty canal Dover were in our City this week also Charlie Mackaman. Miss Annie Waddington has returned Home after a very pleasant visit with friends in Harrison county. Eward Lonney visited his friends Here for a few Days. Ile has accepted a position in the new Mill at Cambridge. Or. And mrs. Jack Carnaham Dennison spent Sabbath with their Cousin . Wells this City. Or. Carnaham is Foreman the Dennison shops. A up me the n. M. Build a Ashington d. C. April to. A Good dec i curiosity is entertain cd by congressmen Asio How the Farmers Ai Fiance will View the Mckinley tar. Ii Bill and especially the free sugar Section. No expression has been received from this organization the Tariff question and most men in Congress believe the leaders the Farmers movement intend to try to turn their followers against the framers this Bill in the Hopes organizing a new party notwithstanding the fact that the Dill favors the Farmers More than any other class. Representative Peters Kansas represents As Large a farming constituency As any other Man and he says the subject a i done to know How Farmers will take the sugar Bounty scheme. It is an Experiment and so far As i can see the wheat Raiser has As much right to demand it As the sorghum Raiser. If i could see any Benefit to the Farmer in a duty hides i would favor it but the Benefit would be milked by the middleman before it reached the Farmer. There is not much love lost anyway Between the Farmer and ranch Man. The Farmer who raises a few head cattle has to the state town and school District taxes his land and his cattle and the ranch Man Little nothing for his land and the Farmer thinks it is sugar mex not satisfied. Sex governor Warmoth Louisiana is Here and says a we sugar men Are opposed to the proposed sugar legislation. The proposed Bounty two cents a Pound is about equal to the present duty but it is an untried Experiment. We have no guarantee that the next Congress May not repeal the act and leave us in a lurch. Capital cannot be attracted to Industry which at this time shows Strong signs marked development. A the diffusion process is giving remarkable results and planters All around me Are taking it up. Sorghum men May like the Bounty scheme but we sugar men Louisiana Are against it. Water is going Down in the Mississippi and matters Are looking More lug and loan association was called to i meet at Eagle Haji at 7 30 p. Rn., april i j 2sth, for which a cordial invitation is j extended to All interested Iii the welfare j our town and any wishing to take Stock and become members this association can do so at that evening any time by applying to the Secretary Henry Billet. On sunday morning last Elza Parish a respected citizen and old Soldier Rush township died at his residence and was buried tuesday morning last week at West Union cemetery Gilmore Post g. A. R. Having charge tile funeral ceremonies. Or. Samuel Hiller also died last week and was interred at Kennedy Cornett i a Friday morning last. I trotting horse breeders Muscara i was Coshocton Harrison Carroll Stark Columbiana Portage Summit Wayne i an i Holmes counties will remember i that the entries the Tuscarawas a fill Ley trotting horse breeders association 1 close May 3, 1890. Entries Are already coming in and a Good time is expected. Tins meeting is to pc held at Canton August 19, 20 and 21. Send your entries at once. T. A. Mcdermott Sec a n w in Hil Adelpha A number . And irs. Philip Waddington a town friends called them last saturday evening at their Beautiful Home Beaverdam. Miss Cora Ashbaugh new Philadelphia was the guest her Friend Ai Quot Nodi in Van Cost ran Uhrichsville this paragraph. We inadvertently omitted to mention last week the change in the dry goods firm Mathias and Williams. By Mutual consent the partnership was dissolved air. Williams retiring. Or. Edward Dick son in Law . Mathias has taken a half interest in the business and the firm will hereafter be known As Mathias amp Dick. A. Dick is a Young Man Good business qualities and an All round Hustler Anc will add much to the popularity this popular store. May Success attend them. The bus line Between new Philadelphia and Pike run is doing a thriving business. This Means travel Between the two towns became a necessity because the very poor accommodations afforded for Pike run by the c. L. Amp a. Railroad. The Railroad company under its present management is not pleasing the people and surely is loosing the company some Money. All trains should Stop at All stations local lines. Ave Hope the Chi l. Amp Saafi will soon find it to its interest to change the present arrangements. A Safe investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption. 11 is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption inflammation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. The Santa Barbara Cal. Press thus twists Horace Greely a advice a go East Young Man and go up with the from Foht Washington. Jacob Lan Ineck living two Miles from a a port a is reported As boing very sick at present. B v. O. Craft was in Newcomerstown a business trip last week. George Oaklief has returned to Bis Home in new York. George Riley was Home tuesday a visit. Charles Riley is working at Newark for a Short time. Airs. Rosa Miller this place died at her Home thursday. Mrs. Gay la fiber formerly Uhrichsville died at her Home in Cincinnati Acri mesday and was brought Here for burial. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. A. In Oerter in the moravian Church in an affecting manner after Whit h the body was conveyed to the grave. Arthur Davis and wife Are Home a visit. I. A. Mcginty. 1rn no mini Iii a a for Sale Trade. A Good dwelling and store room combined and a Stock general merchandise that would invoice at about �1,000, situated at a Good Point in a Small Village the Chi amp p. Railroad. Avold Trade for dwelling property in new Philadelphia canal Dover. Reason for Selling the owner wants to educate his children. The stand has a Good Trade. Call s. Moore agent times office. Too ladies wanted. And too men to Call any druggist fora free trial package lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by . Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For diseases the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. It is the Best Spring Medicine known. Large size package 50 cents. At All druggists. 5yl the event the week since our last Issue has been the final ceremonial in the Brief career one whose memory will Long be fragrant in our Community. On Friday last week the stricken Mother and devoted step father i Ank a Janes arrived Back from Savannah ga., with his remains. On his Way Home the treacherous ailment he has so nobly faced and fought claimed its victim and plucked from the yearning mothers heart the most precious Tewel that Sanctuary Ever knows an Only Chilli. Denied the privilege embalming his memory in toes get sad tokens a mothers touch and ministries and last words one Only Consolation mitigates the grief this added affliction. Loving friends and above All the arms and heart woman already schooled in the same sorrow caught him As he fell from life and softened his Quick descent. It could hardly have been otherwise with one endowed As Frank was regions this Broad land in visible lines that once knew his presence May be traced by the inscriptions it left appreciative minds and hearts that responded to his acquaintance with instant and enduring Friendship and we but record Here the gratitude and sympathy a common grief. No one who knows much Mankind will underrate and few parents will distinguish As special the courage the constancy the filial Devotion the unselfishness the gentleness any individual. But that intangible something which blunts All weapons in the Battle life which wins and holds the esteem and Friendship and love All it touches is the rare legacy those who knew and mourn Frank a. Janes. Other particulars the sad event we gladly append taken from the advocate a sunday eve vening last mrs. C. Chi Forney received a dispatch from messes. Vatson amp Powers proprietors a hotel Iii Savannah ga., to the effect that Frank a. Janes could not live. The sad news was a very great Shock to air. And mrs. Forney inasmuch As they had received a letter from him in the morning in which he spoke in tile most cheerful manner and was Happy in anticipation soon being Able to he at Home with his Mother and friends. The sad news was also a great Shock to his Many friends in new Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Forney at once drove to Dennison and took the Midnight train for Cincinnati whence they would leave monday morning for Savannah. About eight clock monday morning another dispatch was received from Savannah announcing the death . Janes at five clock sunday evening. The circumstances surrounding his last hours and the immediate cause ins death Are unknown Here. But for several years Frank a. Janes has been afflicted with consumption and has made a most heroic struggle for life and travelled about seeking whatever Relief different changes climate could afford. He spent a Good Deal the time for the past two years in Colorado at Colorado Springs and Canon City his Mother mrs. Chi i Forney spending the greater part the past summer with him at the latter City. Iii tried tin1 climate at los Angeles and Santa Barbara Cal., san Antonio and Elpaso tex., and spent the past Winter at Thomas Viii la. Lit left the hitter City last week and went with some friends to Savannah intending to work his Way Home by easy stages and it was after his arrival at Savannah that he wrote Hie cheerful letter alluded to above. He spoke it his ride to Savannah As a very hot and Dusty one and it is surmised that the exertions the trip brought a Haemorrhage the lungs which produced his death. Iii All his affliction throughout All his struggle for prolonged existence we have never known any one Aho displayed greater courage and maintained a More cheerful Demeanour and we have no doubt he has prolonged his life quite considerably by his courage and Pluck. Frank Janes was Horn in new Piladi b Hia april 15, is Ltd and would have been Twenty nine years old tuesday this Wick and was the Only son . W. Saafi Janes w to died when Frank was five six years old his Mother i eing formerly miss Julia Chapin now the wife Chi Chi Forney treasurer elect Tuscarawas county. Frank spent most his life in new Philadelphia clerking for a time in his Grandfather Chapins store and subsequently for his Uncle John. His health began to fail while in the store and he went to work the Chi l. Amp a. Railroad in the Hope building up a More robust Constitution. Ile was one the most open hearted and generous Young men Ive Ever knew and possessed a High sense Honor. He was a Universal favorite with his associates and his death is universally regretted. His remains will probably arrive Here Friday and the funeral can not he delayed much after their tile coming crop season court common pleas. Fair play is. Heller. Front Twenty to thirty Days later than last year. Chicago april 19. The Tribune this morning publishes an article with outline maps showing the present condition and prospects for the coming crop season. The article is written by s. T. R. Prime Dwight Iii., concerning the Outlook for seeding in the Spring wheat Belt. The summary says the condition cd the ground is Good with a fair amount moisture but the work backward the whole however the situation is fair to Good. In North Dakota seeding is Well under Way in so Tith Dakota and Minnesota three fourths the acreage is sown in Iowa the ground is seeded in the Northern portion with cold and backward weather in the Southern in Wisconsin seeding is progressing slowly in Nebraska Spring wheat is up. On an average the season is Twenty to thirty Days later than that last year. Of the Outlook for Winter wheat it is Caid that the ground is in Good condition with plenty moisture East the Mississippi River growth very Back Waik and Outlook fair to poor in i Michigan fall wheat condition is fair to Good though it is growing slowly. In Northern Ohio very Little was killed during the Winter in Southern Ohio 25 to 30 per cent was killed in Indiana ten to forty per cent killed Iii Illinois 25 to 50 per cent in Northern Kentucky the Plant is growing slowly while in Southern Kentucky a slight improvement is noted in Tennessee Twenty five per cent was Winter killed in Missouri the condition is very spotted ranging from Good to poor in Kansas the condition is fair. As to the Outlook for Oats it is noted that the ground is wet that the Progress seeding is very slow wit ii the season Twenty Days late and a fair general Outlook. Oats Are being sown Iii Minnesota Aud Wisconsin three fourths already sown in Iowa and Illinois one half in Indiana one fourth in Ohio the crop is up in Missouri and coming in Kansas. Blowing is in Progress for Corn Iii Nebraska and Corn is being planted in Southern Kansas Missouri and Kentucky. Proceedings. From Newcomerstown. Our Community was shocked this morning Early by the news the death aah Illis Powelson the particulars As we learn them Are As follows he went Down to ayes Lafayette yesterday evening a freight train and some time in the night Fie wanted to come Home and attempted to Board a freight train but missed his footing and fell Between the cars and was terribly mangled so badly mangled that his nearest friends would not know him. He will be buried this monday afternoon. Ile was the eldest son capt. L. Chi Powelson this the relatives have the sympathy the com m uni to. Ave a w a subscription last week for Tho purpose organizing the Newcomerstown Oil amp Galt company which a it it think a Good thing and ought to be patronized by All that Are Able for Here is every advantage and we do Hope that our citizens will take hold and give it a Boom. We saw a. It. Shields the a Hub a i i our streets Friday. The commissioners were in re Friday and sold a Job work to i. L. Miskin mensa he being the lowest bidder. Our roads and streets Are getting Good and Farmers Are Happy. Impairment grand jury appointment court Constable appointment Constable grand jury i panel ment Petit jury. Final decrees. Carrie d. Custer v Scott c. Custer. George a Huse v Patrick cull. Jury trials. Julia ii Dutton v Jos a. Winspear. Judgment for plaintiff. Carrie d Custer v Scott c Custer. Simpson Harmount v am c Knisely. John Oberhelman amp co v t b Raiff. Samuel Cable v Margaret Sweaney. Same v same. Plaintiff to plead. Julia ii Dutton v Jos a Winspear. Caroline Loutzenhiser v Charles Hummell. Defendant to plead. Ave k Eckfeld v j Vanniman. Levi l Dunlavy v Russell amp co. Dismissed. B Donnamiller amp son v Luella s Cunningham. T s Johnson v Susan j Johnson. T h Loller Adnis a v Andrew c Latto. Dismissed. Collins e Miller v Louis l Travis. J c Art Brothers v ii j Bond. J a Thompson v r i. Morris. Annie Mcmillan v Anna Graham. Retort grand jury. Alex. Bartholomew embezzlement and larceny. Thomas j. Edwards playing game for Wager. Aveley Cordrey assault with intent to rape. Christian Berkle assault and Battery. Doratha Bunch keeping House ill Fame. Thos. Hennegan and sue Ilen Negan keeping House ill Fame. Henry Mccrystal and Lottie Mccrystal keeping House ill Fame. John West permitting minor to play Pool. Dorathy Bunch Selling to minor four counts. John d. Scott Selling to minors six counts. Thos. Ilen Negan and Susan Ilen Negan Selling sunday. Vatkin Avat Winsand Hamilton Beans Selling to minors four counts. Vatkin a Atkins keeping gambling room. Vatkin a Atkins permitting minor to play Pool. Michael Galvin and Bridget Galvin Selling sunday. Benjamin Hawkins and am. Marshall Selling to minors four counts. Benj. Hawkins keeping gambling room. Benj. Hawkins permitting minor to play Pool. Am. Krupps Selling sunday. Am. Krupps Selling to a minor. Rudy Gilgen Selling to a minor. Rudy Gilgen Selling sunday. Am. Swihart and John Mcknight Selling sunday four counts. 110 witnesses examined 23 indictments three cases ignored. County jail condemned for want renal is. Assignment cos it it uses. O. La. A. From Watson Creek. Done to Purchase a reaper Binder Hay Rake without first calling a. A. Latto at his livery barn in Uhrichsville agent for the celebrated a alter a. Wood machines the Best in the Market. See his and. On 4th Page. 14wl2 cheap excursions Avest april 22nd and May 20th. Tickets Good 30 Days from Date Sale. For full particulars write at once to Chi s. Belknap excursion agent p. O. Box 674, new Philadelphia Ohio. Rid ail the latest styles in hats Caps and clothing at a. Chi Sutton amp cons and will be sold at Bottom prices. 17w5 our school election was somewhat interesting a. Vav. Johnson was elected director. School begins monday with miss and die Barnes teacher. Ave have this Little Creek four agents for the Patent rail Fence. Gordon Gilmore jr., has a Fine team horses they will weigh about thirty three Hundred. Miss Jennie Mccullough has been visiting friends Here. The death Angel has visited our neighbourhood once More and taken from our midst Samuel Hiller. Ile leaves a wife and child to mourn his loss. I. Chi u. Card thank. Edior times the family Lewis Zimmerman Ragersville wishes to express through the columns your paper their thanks to the Many friends who took More than Ordinary pains in decorating the grave Lee r. Zimmerman their 11-year-old son and grand son John Andrews who died after a Short illness Scarlet fever and also to especially thank the misses Carda aah Alker and Louie a. Meyers for favors. Lewis Zimmerman. In Miriam. New Cumberland Ohio. Faye Moffett tile daughter William Moffett this place died thursday evening april 17, 1890, aged 13 years. Consumption Pryt d upon h vitals and at an Early period in life sin became its victim. Sad to think that one so Young in years so ambitious in action should be Calli i from Earth just when til Lustre True womanhood began to assert itself Ami her neighbor and friends began to realize that Faye was one f those who a n at an Early age in ant to m Ike Tim world better for her having lived in it. But urns it Ever is when we i Gin to Apple elate our loved ones they leave us. Truly j in rim j the to Peak a would we love the Rose if Hiro a bloomed forever a Rev. Sweaney tin pre by than Church la slivered a very appropriate discourse Over her remains saturday april la and quietly they Laid her to rest in the Beautiful cemetery in our Village. Fave dwells among the Angels Angels that will never fall if ambition clings to Angels Faye will he greatest them All. A. La. A. From Zoar. 84 137 log 32 38 31 89 90 95�? we have been very Busy the past week two lie Nee no news from this locality. Farmers Are Busy blowing for Oats and Corn. George Groetzinger left this place a few weeks ago hut we have been unable to learn his destination. We wish him Success wherever his Home May be. Or. And mrs. Fulk removed to their new Home about two weeks ago. Ave heard that . Jacob Sturm and miss Ella Rappel concluded to sail through the sea life together in the future. We extend congratulations. Or. And mrs. Fred Lengerer have removed to their new Home at Somerdale Ghio. The misses Anna Zigler and Mary Lank spent sunday in Mineral City. Charles and John Lengerer Sun Dayed in Somerdale the guests their sister mrs. Bidd coffer. News is scarce so we must necessity be Brief this time. Anon. G. A. In Ohio. Iou Iid 112 109-116 119 136 120 122 129-135 139�? monday Alay 5, 1890. Zeb. P. Sparks v Shad rack Cope. Tuesday May it it. John Ramsey v /. P. Sparks. A wednesday Alay 7. A. S. Nelson v Benjamin Cable. Jacob Barrenger v Ernst Kuhn. Thursday May 8. Patterson amp junk ins v a. J. Wilkin Miry d. Myers v the inc. A diam Uhrichsville. Chas. Hess v Nicholas Miller. Friday May 9. John s. Huston v Jacob Huston. Londay May 12. A Al Ichael guar v i l. So w. R. Ilav out Day May la. Elisha Babcock v Chi l. Amp a. R. In Philip Schneider v j. Ii. Somers. Thursday May 15. Jav Wilkin v p. Chi k St. Louis Ili John Orr k son v la. A. Yes urn. Friday Alay i. Samuel folder v turn Rural a. L. Kennedy v i red Odgen. Monday Alay 19. Chas g Taylor v Puk St l r in tuesday Alay 20. A Vav amercer v g it a Miskimins. A f Donnell v Alary a Donn i a wednesday Alay 21. Ohio comp kale a Forney v actor Ai Ile nog. Ai a Ream Adnis a v new in Hilad i phia Iron and steel to. James lairs v j b Dawson. Thursday May 22. Foggan v Jonathan Stafford. Thos Osborn v Francis Osborn it a Jos ii Hostetler v John Frautschy it a1. Friday Alay 23. Alex Mccullough v Robt l morn -. Jos l Dunning v plane Nix ins co. Monday Alay 20. Rose Wiersu Uhrichsville fire Clay company. Harrison Kail v Bentley Berdette. Tuesday May 27. Eggan v we Quinn. Albert Kail v ave s Dempster. A wednesday Alay 28. J k con Well v g la Sproull. A b Kummell v John Cuboid . Thursday May 29. E la Braman v Jeremiah ave aver. An answer was expected from your Vatson Creek correspondent the literary effusion g. A. Helter but As that gentleman appears to be afraid to tackle the matter the undersigned has been requested by your subscribers in this locality to set the Community aright. A honesty Justice and respect for the friends this most excellent paper a he claims to be the motive for his garbled contribution but those knowing All the details Are Well aware that another object was in View namely a free advertisement for his pro Tagee whose business manager Melter was. His testimony therefore he being an interested party can not be accepted As impartial worthy attention teeming As it does with a conglomeration misrepresentations. He boasts this Man Beltz to the skies As the King elocution while the facts the Case Are that we have a number school boys who Are just Smuch his peer in elocution Ary matters As truth and veracity is Superior to a straining facts. A Hen he says that the can ton Democrat endorsed Beltz he deliberately utters something untrue. A one horse Backwoods correspondent who is about As much a judge elocution As a mule is an operatic performance sent a complimentary notice to that paper which was printed along with his others Tiff but As the editor a paper is not responsible for the views correspondents helter a assertion that the Democrat endorsed Beltz is a stretching the truth apparent to All. Now As to the circumstances that entertainment. ? the Bills announced the commencement at 8 clock but it was 8 45 there being Only about a bakery a dozen present when Beltz opened his jaws and a Contention having Arisen at the door Between two Young bloods from Clay township and Ilester one the directors told him to close them again and go Home As he did no to expect his Mother knew he was at Large. Helter a characterization the audience As a a Drunken mob and a Large concourse unappreciative barbarous Drunken demons a is one those imaginary assertions that distinguished him. No More orderly peaceable Community can be found than that Vatson Creek and Thoj amp it that that night two Fellows from a distance who probably had a Glass cider too much Hoard and did not agree with the doorkeeper a bullying attitude is no reason Why he should Call the whole neighbourhood such pet names As above mentioned. It smacks intolerance narrowness mind vindictiveness and a Lack one poor humanity a most Noble attributes amiability qualities that with the exception tile last named Are never desirable in a school teacher. Heitor a love fairness his regard for tile Laws our state and views exemplary conduct Are Best illustrated by the Way he took Possession the school House. The lower room was granted him by the directors with the express understanding not to occupy the upper one. But he considered himself Superior to any Board directors deliberately walked up stairs unscrewed tic lock and took Possession. Alter the mud his native soil has worn off ins boots and tile grass is us picked out his hair he then will stand a lev i with the balance us poor mortals and he will think twice before Rushing into print and slandering a whole Community for the Sake giving a wandering barnstormer a free advert i sonic it. The truth must always prevail. Fair play. Nature in convulsion i a terrific. Volcanic eruptions cyclones earthquakes Are awfully and tremendously picturesque but scarcely desirable to emulate in action and effect by the administration remedies which produce convulsion and agony ii the abnormal portion Tho human Frame. Such is Tho effect tin old fashioned violent Purgat a it s happily falling More into disuse and which Hostetter stomach bitters is the wholesome pleasant and far More effective succed Ane urn. They weakened the intestines the bitters inv Goral it them. They left the bowels inactive because incapacitated by ensuing feebleness. The bitters tile contrary and because it enable not forces them to act a vast and fortunate difference a perpetuates their activity and regularity. The liver is beneficially stimulated As the kidneys Aho Are by this Medicine which easily conquers a no malaria nervousness and rheumatism. 40-16w4 Merit win. liquor if abit. A full line window shades at aah Ells drug store. One fare to Cincinnati via the Pennsylvania lines. For the annual Encampment the department Ohio grand army the Republic to be held at Cincinnati april 28th to 30th, excursion tickets will be sold from Uhrichsville Junction via the Pennsylvania lines Toad applicants at one fare j for the round trip april 27th, 28th and 29th, Good returning until May 2d, inclusive. 17w2 in All the world there is but out cure . Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knew ledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yi we de re to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling . Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters Anil have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow the our use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely their merits. F. Chi Ai Iller amp songs National educational association. The National educational association and Council education have decided to hold their next annual convention at St. Paul Ai inn., july 4th to Lith 1890. The i Ommittee transportation for the state Ghio has selected the great Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway As the a a official line from Chicago to St. Paul and return. Halt rates will be made to All teachers and their friends. For All full and detailed information communicate with supt. Chi i Davidson state Lanager Alliance Ohio. 11 w6 ask your f end about la. Your distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kempis Balsam within the past few years Bas cured so Many coughs and colds in this Community. Its remarkable Sale has been won entirely by its genuine Merit. Ask some Friend who has used it what lie thinks Kempis Balsam. There is no Medicine so pure none so effective. Large bottles soc and �1 All druggists. Sample bottle free. Ley i

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